Mediterranean restaurant Samakjé Harbor opens in Nakheel Mall 

The Pointe’s Samakjé rebrands and relocates on Palm Jumeirah. 

The Samakjé brand is taking things to new heights. Samakjé Harbor offers dinner with a view from the rooftop of Nakheel Mall. Previously Samakje was situated at The Point, but it has relocated and reopened as a dramatic dining destination

Samakjé Harbor fuses together influences from Lebanon and the Mediterranean. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and comes alive with shows in the evening. The night is accompanied by a DJ spinning tunes and dancers – don’t be surprised if the diners start dancing, too. Plus, upcoming performers include a jazz band and Maribel Maalouf on 29 February, Layali Beirut and Pavo on 1 March, and Waleed Al Massih on 2 March.


The buzzing venue includes floor-to-ceiling windows, which make the most of the views and let in loads of light. During the evening, it is lowly lit and boasts a casual contemporary décor. Take your pick from indoor or outdoor seats, which include long tables lining the wall to smaller tables. 


The restaurant showcases spectacular seafood. Head to the kitchen counter and see the fresh fish on display, from turbot to sole. The menu includes hot and cold mezze, salads, soups, raw bar and sushi bar. Main courses include Fish Sayadieh, Grilled Lamb Chops, Grilled Wild Salmon, and Machboos. The catch of the day can be cooked to your preference. Plus, desserts include Baklava Cheesecake, Cheese Knafeh and Sticky Date Pudding. 

Samakjé Harbor is open from Sunday to Wednesday from midday to 1am, and Thursday to Saturday from midday to 3am. 

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